Bottomless Pit was formed in the fall of 2005 by erstwhile Silkworm members Tim Midgett and Andy Cohen. Their longtime friends Chris Manfrin (Seam) and Brian Orchard (.22) complete the quartet. 2007 finds the group playing "their blues" - soulful, emotionally intense, and often transcendent postpunk that is as inviting as it is bracing. "Hammer of the Gods" is the first Bottomless Pit album. It is the first release from New Jersey's Comedy Minus One records. It was released November 6, 2007.
Frustrated with spells in various Glasgow punk bands as the ‘token cute chick’ singing other people’s music, and with a wealth of experience promoting grass-roots level gigs at Glasgow’s 13th Note and Nice & Sleazy, Lou Hickey applied a go-it-alone DIY ethic to a background of classical training, a university degree in music, and singing with jazz and swing bands. The result of these two very different worlds colliding was the self-written, self-engineered and self-produced album ‘New Shoes’.
There are at least four bands called The Good Fight. 1) The Good Fight were a melodic hardcore band signed to Goodfellow Records comprised of ex-members of Harvest, Affinity and Season of Fire. 2) The Good Fight is a two-man Christian/alternative/indie band from Denver, USA. 3) The Good Fight is an alternative/indie band from Belfast, N. Ireland who gained prominence in late 2007 as the winners of the BBC ATL RockSchool competition.
Described by the NME as "a collision between Elvis Costello & Randy Newman in winklepickers", Josh Weller first found fame in a group as Josh Weller and The Availables in early 2006. Standing out from a crowded marketplace of acoustic singer-songwriters due to his cuttingly sharp and witty lyrics, Josh is sure to find more mainstream success due to both his friendly nature and combination of funny and thought-provoking songs.
Hailing from Southend and London, the four-piece consist of unforgettable 24-year old frontman Lou Vainglorious, a singer songwriter with a talent to write catchy infectious indie-pop songs with an edge. Lou met double bassist Nick Pini after months of trawling myspace trying to find a double-bassist to create a new sound, the two bonded instantly. With Nick's ear for arrangement and Lou's songs, Hoodlums were born.. Soon after, Henry Tyler (Drums) and Martin Kolarides (Guitar) joined the band.
1.) Compelling Sydney two-piece, The Fumes burst onto the scene in 2004. The Fumes deliver multi-facetted stylistic raw blues tunes mashed with healthy rock riffs and snappy beats. Steve Merry (Vocals, Guitar) spent 12 months in the U.S where he took on some mentoring from Bob Brozman and an opportunity to immerse himself with many styles of music. It helped define and develop The Fumes. The Fumes complete with the addition of Joel Battersby, who had been drumming with members of The Beautiful Girls, proceeded to churn out an 8-track demo.
Formed at the beginning of 2008, The Ray Summers came together due to their shared love of making music,performing and excellent banter. After only playing a handful of gigs, the band have attracted much attention, leading to interviews in the national press, attention of Major record labels and triumphant sets at the prestigious Wickerman Festival, King Tuts and The Garage. The band are touring across the UK for the rest of the year and plan to release material at the beginning of 2009. Check out www.popmorphic for a look at our live set!
Paul Greene (Culburra Beach, NSW) has been a quiet achiever in the Australian Music Scene. Strongly Independent, he has traveled incessantly delivering his music across his continent, with an infectious live energy and great songs. There is no hype with Paul Greene. His songs span a range of styles, but always come from the heart with lyrics you can sink your teeth into.